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MODERN HEATING SYSTEM PLAYS BIG PART IN VALUE OF HOME
SYSTEM FOR HOME
ADDS TO COMFORT
Erection Realm Employs
Four Sound Methods,
WASTE IS STRESSED
Ever Bright Cooking Range
Lessens Milady's Home
"No home Is quite complete w,th"
out a llrst-claai heating system,
says an authority.
"The h*tinc system determines
the value of the house?Ita value
fo- living. Its value as a permanent
Investment and Its value for sell!**
If It Is ever to be sold. The worst
mistake that a house owner can
make Is to ?skimp' on this essential.
A good system does not _ mean an
extravagant system. It maana only
the prudent avoidance of the
"nes.i which saddles the home with
an Inadequate heating plant and
entails endless putterlng. dl^com
fort and a waste of c"al whleh
would more than pay for a good
svstem. The right system ?? ?>??
that does not cost a single dollar
more than Is absolutely necessary
to give complete service.
Get Expert Advice Before DeeUl??.
"There are four sound methods
of heating?wirm air. ^Vr
vacuum pressure and hot wal*r
The best is the one that is b??t tor
the particular individual case. Re
liable advice can be obtained on y
from experts who have no Interest
In -ecommendlng any one system
as against another.
"The Initial cost of warm air In
comparison with other W>?sl?
lower than that of any ?th?
t-m Warm air provides hsalthuii
heat, for it operates by
the continual circulation of
warmed al-. It "a adjustable to
mild or severe weather. It is adapted
to the usual home. Its cort of ?P
eration Is low and economical of
fuel and economical of repairs
?The Initial cost for steam
more than for a warm *,r fu^ceJ
but ia less than for other wate
systems. The pressure ?na tem
perature necessary to create steam
make it a powerfully driven heat.
"The happy medium between
?team and hot water is vapor
vacuum pressure. It l?
to anv type of house. It consumes
less .oal than either and Is
gui.hed by the accu-acy and ease
with which It can be controUed. and
thus Is equally effective in sever.,
changeable and mild weather.
"Hot water heating requires
larger pipes and radhltors than
steam This makes a greater nrst
cost, but assures a comfortable
amount of warmth at all time*. It
operates with little attentlon. and
its whole equipment is very dura
ble It is economical In fuel and
will provide for any number of
Kver Bright r?k'?
? perhaps the most Important fac
tor ,o be considered by the lady of
the house is her range '? ? "?
housewife Is quite satlsOed with
her home until th* preparation of
the dally meals Is ^an'de
bv the use of a range she c*"d?
pend upon for all dlfrerent methods
;.f rooking and baking. The latest
^diUon to the cook ins lndustryla
enameled ranges which ?" de
s.gne.1 to promote aanitatlOT and
beauty in the kitchen and to ellml
jiate the drudgery of polishing the
range with blacking every day
Opposite the main restaurant Is
a spacious lounge. thirty-eight by
flfty-two feet, which will be t*?te
fully decorated and furnished^
One feature of this delightful room
will he a large pipe organ, which
will be audible through a large
section of the promenade.
Beyond the main dining room on
the north side Is a large palm
court, forty by fifty feet, which
will be used for teas, luncheons,
tea dan-ants*, and other functions^
On the south side isi the
ballroom covering an area forty
pieht feet wide and 140 feet long.
Theballroom will rival In mag
nificence any of the famous ba'l
rooms In new hotels in the coun
tr,. it will have an attractive
balcony around the entire room,
and a specially constructed ter
razzo floor that is said to be the
newest id-a in dancing surfaces
and elaborate lighting system. Ad
joining the ha*oom there w 11 be
large reception rooms. retiring
rooms and spacious foyer
Commodious and elaborately,
equipped and furnished lobby,, re |
ception rooms and tounge adloln
the entrance to the apartment hotel
27th St N. E.
Between Hamlin and Vista Sts.
Containing living room, din
ing room, breakfast _ alcove,
kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bath;
large lot with room for garage.
28 Minutes from Treasury
To inspect: Take G st. car
out Rhode Island ave. to South
Dakota ave. ^Walk 2 blocks
south to Haislin St., then one
half square west to 27th st. to
Come Oat Today '
1418 Eye St. N. W.
A fifteen-mile view across the
mouth of the Potomac River
into Chesapeake Bay can be ob
* tained at this novel subdivision.
A splendid white sand beach is
one of the many features at
Route to Calvert Bay Colony
Calvert Bay home subdivision, one of
the most attractive summer colony vaca
tion spots in Maryland, is destined to
become quite popular this year, it is
thought, It can be reached by taking;
the Maryland State Road to Leonard
town to Ridge and thence taking the
graded county road for Miller's Wharf.
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AN IDEAL HOME
On Columbia Road
This is an exceptional value
in this neighborhood and an
offer of a lifetime. An inspec
tion will prove this. It has
rooms, reception hall, a baths,
kitchen, butler's pantry, large
and convenient closets, electric
lights, steam heat, in fact
everything for your con
Don't let this go by.
Terms and Price Reasonable
WILBUR L GRAY
1818 H St. N. W. Main 4236
1314 F ST N?
CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION
REMEMBER THESE FACTS!
6,7and 8 ROOM HOUSES
7th and Webster Sts.
Adjoining St. Gabriel New Catholic
Take 9th Street Car to Varnuirt Street N. W. and
Walk East a Squares
Box Plan?3 Room* Deep and Corner with Garage
205-7-9-11 R Street N.E.
6 Rooms aid Bath?Box Plan
221-223-225 T Street N.E.
6 Rooms and Batb?3-Room Deep Plan
Cars Run by* the Door
307-309-311 T Street N.E.
2-Story Flat Plan?4 Rooms and Bath Each Floor
Phone Us for Auto to Inspect
All Houses Open for Inspection ( ?
All Houses Sold on Monthly Payments
Force Yoar Hons* to Pay for Itself?Yon Cam Easily
Rest Second Floor for Eaoofk to Make
* . ? ?
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO.
1314 F STREET NORTHWEST
| FOR SAlI^
on Potomac River
Adjoining Gunston Hall,
Fairfax co., Va.; 200 acres
good farming land; enough
second growth timber to more
than pay for the property.
Good fishing, ducking, bath
ing and sailing; 28 miles
from White House, via Alex
andria, Camp Humphreys and
Thomu J. Fisher & Co.,
738 15th St N. W.
v Main 6830.*
TRAINS FOR FRISCO
California Realtors Busy
SAN FRANC10CO, April 29.?A
half doaen or more special trains
from the East, the North and the
South, bearing delegates to the an
nual gathering of the National As
sociation of Heal Estate. Boards In
San Francisco, will precipitate the
tide of westward convention and
tourist travel this spuing.
This Is the message of Tom In
gersoll. executive secretary of the
national association* who has ar
rived here for the purpose of set
ting up the necessary machinery
tor handling: one of the most Im
portant gatherings of realtors ever
held in the United states and
Ingersoll comes from the national
headquarters in Chicago. The Chl
?'*go board alone Is organising a
apecial train of at least two sec
tions. This special will be routed
by way of the South for the pur
pose of enabling the Chicago real
tors to Join the end of the trail
caravan in a motor tour de luxe
from L*>s Angeles to San Francisco.
Philadelphia and Pittsburg, In
gcrsoll says, have al?o joined in a
bis; special train. This, too, will
take the Southern route.
Ohio Is signing up the last dele
gates needed to make the proposed
"President** special" an accom
plisfced fact Indiana Is forming
two Hooster specials, one of which
will bring the Indianapolis realtors
and the other representative boards
throughout the State. Canadian
realtors are also sending a large
representation from the various
..In preparatiob for the reception
and entertainment of this host of
realtors from all parts of the
United States and Canada. Cali
fornia boards are organising to as
sist San Francleco In extending
hospitality of the West to these
visitors. Every special train will
be met when It crosses the border
and greetings In the form of fruits
and flowers extended.
In vle.w of the long journey
which mpet of the delegates will
males to the convention. California
realtors rtre planning to make this
a vacation gathering. Following
the convention sessions many trips
In and. around San Francisco will
be made to California's major
scenic attractions. This will In
clude Big Trees. Yosemite, Lake
Tahoe and many other places.
Building Plans on
File Shrink, Says
A reduction from eighty-eight to
sixty-seven in the number of
building plans on file In the Dis
trict Building Inspector's office was
noted In the report submitted yes
terday by Inspector John P. Healy
for the week ending April 15.
The inspector stated that the
work which had piled up since the
Knickerbocker disaster was show
ing a steady decrease. L?ast week
there were feur engineers and com
puters at work and eight inspec
TWO BLOCKS lyrCTEDN UIPU
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JUST TWO DOLLARS PER DAY
Covering all interest and all payments on principal after a reasonable
cash first payment is made
WILL MAKE YOU OWNER
See 3514 T Street N. W.?Open Afternoons and Evenings. (Lighted)
THE L. L BOWEN COMPANY,
Exclusive Agents Call Main 579
202-210 Continental Trust Building, 14th and H Sts. N. W.
tors. Two ?( the latter specialise
on concrete and steel
During the week !t? permit*
wore I tailed, of which forty-t^o
were for dwellings, two for apart'
manta and slsty-nlne for major re
pairs Sixty-one projects wera re
Mine of ovary too children G
born with (e?4 health.
The average adult pernor krettia
twenty tlmaa a minute
Green tnrtlOa roach a weight ?
more than 7M pound?
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- Week End
CALVERT BAY HOMES
In the heart of his torn? Southern Maryland.
Finest fishing and Boating; splendid white sand
beach. Sea Food dinners at Calvert Bay Farmhouse
on premises. Get our road map and particulars for
building and owning a home in this desirable summer
George H. Stevenson
72 Hmu Life BM(., WaakiafUa, D. C. PUae Maim 6709.
Or Theodore F. Menk, Agent,
410 Boad Bldf. Washington, D. C. Phone Maia 3034
Just 2 blocks west of lGth Street at Webster.
Most beautiful, picturesque and desirably located |tro|?rrly.
in the District, overlooking Rock Creek Park and i6th Street
Fine lots and villa sites for those desiring a superior locatioifcj
for a home of individual character. ,
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Enjoy the cool summer breezes from Rock Creek Park in a
detached home of your own amid fine old trees and unsurpassed
The constant building of splendid homes in this section is
rapidly using up the available supply of ground
Profit by the growth of our city as a world Capital by own
ing ground in its most desirable section, where prices arc as
sure to advance as our country and its capital are to grow
Ground will advance, building costs will lower
Buy your ground now and make a double savin .
Home building financed
Prices and terms reasonable.
Come Out Aay Tuns
EDSON W. BRIGGS, Owner
Office 1108 Sixtecatk Street N. W. Phone Maia 5074
Residence oa Property
A Rare Chance to Buy in a Beautiful Neighborhood
2312-28 Ashmead Place N. W. Connecticut Avenue Bridge
2326 Ashmead PI.
Opea and lighted mabl
p. bl, iadiidtat Sua
lay. Oar representative
the preausei will h*
to eiflaia every de
First floor contains spacious recaption hall, attractive living-room with ornamental fireplace of marble. There is a big roomy dining-room, and glass
enclosed sleeping porch. The kitchen is equipped with pantry and an ice box of newest design.
Second Floor: On this floor are four big bedrooms, with large closets; two bathrooms with fixtures of newest design, and shower. Glass inclosed sleep
ing porch overlooks Connecticut Avenue Bridge.
Basement: Containa laundry tubs, toilet, finiahed room suitable for servants' quartera, modern furnace room, and built-in garage.
BUILT AND OWNED BY C. H. SMALL
I405 ?%? Stmt, N.W.
Members of the Washington Real Estate Board
EXCLUSIVE SALES AGE MS